Sustainable Production of the Cyanophycin Biopolymer in Tobacco in the Greenhouse and Field

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Sustainable Production of the Cyanophycin Biopolymer in Tobacco in the Greenhouse and Field. / Huckauf, Jana; Brandt, Boudewijn P.; Dezar, Carlos; Nausch, Henrik; Hauerwaas, Antoniya; Weisenfeld, Ursula; Elshiewy, Ossama; Rua, Melina; Hugenholtz, Jeroen; Wesseler, Justus; Cingiz, Kutay; Broer, Inge.

in: Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology, Jahrgang 10, 896863, 13.06.2022, S. 1-11.

Publikation: Beiträge in ZeitschriftenZeitschriftenaufsätzeForschungbegutachtet

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Huckauf, J, Brandt, BP, Dezar, C, Nausch, H, Hauerwaas, A, Weisenfeld, U, Elshiewy, O, Rua, M, Hugenholtz, J, Wesseler, J, Cingiz, K & Broer, I 2022, 'Sustainable Production of the Cyanophycin Biopolymer in Tobacco in the Greenhouse and Field', Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology, Jg. 10, 896863, S. 1-11. https://doi.org/10.3389/fbioe.2022.896863

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Huckauf, J., Brandt, B. P., Dezar, C., Nausch, H., Hauerwaas, A., Weisenfeld, U., Elshiewy, O., Rua, M., Hugenholtz, J., Wesseler, J., Cingiz, K., & Broer, I. (2022). Sustainable Production of the Cyanophycin Biopolymer in Tobacco in the Greenhouse and Field. Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology, 10, 1-11. [896863]. https://doi.org/10.3389/fbioe.2022.896863

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title = "Sustainable Production of the Cyanophycin Biopolymer in Tobacco in the Greenhouse and Field",
abstract = "The production of biodegradable polymers as coproducts of other commercially relevant plant components can be a sustainable strategy to decrease the carbon footprint and increase the commercial value of a plant. The biodegradable polymer cyanophycin granular polypeptide (CGP) was expressed in the leaves of a commercial tobacco variety, whose seeds can serve as a source for biofuel and feed. In T0 generation in the greenhouse, up to 11% of the leaf dry weight corresponded to the CGP. In T1 generation, the maximum content decreased to approximately 4% dw, both in the greenhouse and first field trial. In the field, a maximum harvest of 4 g CGP/plant could be obtained. Independent of the CGP content, most transgenic plants exhibited a slight yield penalty in the leaf biomass, especially under stress conditions in greenhouse and field trials. After the harvest, the leaves were either Sun dried or ensiled. The resulting material was used to evaluate the extraction of CGP compared to that in the laboratory protocol. The farm-level analysis indicates that the extraction of CGP from tobacco plants can provide alternative income opportunities for tobacco farmers. The CGP yield/ha indicates that the CGP production in plants can be economically feasible depending on the cultivation and extraction costs. Moreover, we analyzed the consumer acceptance of potential applications associated with GM tobacco in four European countries (Germany, Finland, Italy and the Netherlands) and found unexpectedly high acceptance.",
keywords = "Management studies, cost benefit analysis, market analysis, consumer acceptance, lant made industrials, sustainable production, cost benefit analysis, market analysis, consumer acceptance, Biology, cyanophycin,, field trial, lant made industrials, sustainable production, cyanophycin, plant made industrials, sustainable production, field trial, isolation",
author = "Jana Huckauf and Brandt, {Boudewijn P.} and Carlos Dezar and Henrik Nausch and Antoniya Hauerwaas and Ursula Weisenfeld and Ossama Elshiewy and Melina Rua and Jeroen Hugenholtz and Justus Wesseler and Kutay Cingiz and Inge Broer",
note = "This article is part of the research topic: Proceedings of the 4th Biennial Conference of the International Society for Plant Molecular Farming This publication is part of the project Sustainable Co-Production [053.80.738] of the research programme [ERA-Net Cofund Action under the research and innovation programme Horizon 2020] “Tobacco as sustainable production platform of the natural biopolymer cyanophycin as co-product to oil and protein,” which is partly financed by the Dutch Research Council (NWO), the German Federal Ministry for education and research (BMBF) and by the Argentine government Publisher Copyright: Copyright {\textcopyright} 2022 Huckauf, Brandt, Dezar, Nausch, Hauerwaas, Weisenfeld, Elshiewy, Rua, Hugenholtz, Wesseler, Cingiz and Broer. ; 4th Biennial Conference of the International Society for Plant Molecular Farming - ISPMF 2021, ISPMF 2021 ; Conference date: 28-09-2021 Through 29-09-2021",
year = "2022",
month = jun,
day = "13",
doi = "10.3389/fbioe.2022.896863",
language = "English",
volume = "10",
pages = "1--11",
journal = "Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology",
issn = "2296-4185",
publisher = "Frontiers Research Foundation",
url = "https://www.frontiersin.org/research-topics/23197/proceedings-of-the-4th-biennial-conference-of-the-international-society-for-plant-molecular-farming",

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AU - Huckauf, Jana

AU - Brandt, Boudewijn P.

AU - Dezar, Carlos

AU - Nausch, Henrik

AU - Hauerwaas, Antoniya

AU - Weisenfeld, Ursula

AU - Elshiewy, Ossama

AU - Rua, Melina

AU - Hugenholtz, Jeroen

AU - Wesseler, Justus

AU - Cingiz, Kutay

AU - Broer, Inge

N1 - Conference code: 4

PY - 2022/6/13

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N2 - The production of biodegradable polymers as coproducts of other commercially relevant plant components can be a sustainable strategy to decrease the carbon footprint and increase the commercial value of a plant. The biodegradable polymer cyanophycin granular polypeptide (CGP) was expressed in the leaves of a commercial tobacco variety, whose seeds can serve as a source for biofuel and feed. In T0 generation in the greenhouse, up to 11% of the leaf dry weight corresponded to the CGP. In T1 generation, the maximum content decreased to approximately 4% dw, both in the greenhouse and first field trial. In the field, a maximum harvest of 4 g CGP/plant could be obtained. Independent of the CGP content, most transgenic plants exhibited a slight yield penalty in the leaf biomass, especially under stress conditions in greenhouse and field trials. After the harvest, the leaves were either Sun dried or ensiled. The resulting material was used to evaluate the extraction of CGP compared to that in the laboratory protocol. The farm-level analysis indicates that the extraction of CGP from tobacco plants can provide alternative income opportunities for tobacco farmers. The CGP yield/ha indicates that the CGP production in plants can be economically feasible depending on the cultivation and extraction costs. Moreover, we analyzed the consumer acceptance of potential applications associated with GM tobacco in four European countries (Germany, Finland, Italy and the Netherlands) and found unexpectedly high acceptance.

AB - The production of biodegradable polymers as coproducts of other commercially relevant plant components can be a sustainable strategy to decrease the carbon footprint and increase the commercial value of a plant. The biodegradable polymer cyanophycin granular polypeptide (CGP) was expressed in the leaves of a commercial tobacco variety, whose seeds can serve as a source for biofuel and feed. In T0 generation in the greenhouse, up to 11% of the leaf dry weight corresponded to the CGP. In T1 generation, the maximum content decreased to approximately 4% dw, both in the greenhouse and first field trial. In the field, a maximum harvest of 4 g CGP/plant could be obtained. Independent of the CGP content, most transgenic plants exhibited a slight yield penalty in the leaf biomass, especially under stress conditions in greenhouse and field trials. After the harvest, the leaves were either Sun dried or ensiled. The resulting material was used to evaluate the extraction of CGP compared to that in the laboratory protocol. The farm-level analysis indicates that the extraction of CGP from tobacco plants can provide alternative income opportunities for tobacco farmers. The CGP yield/ha indicates that the CGP production in plants can be economically feasible depending on the cultivation and extraction costs. Moreover, we analyzed the consumer acceptance of potential applications associated with GM tobacco in four European countries (Germany, Finland, Italy and the Netherlands) and found unexpectedly high acceptance.

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KW - cost benefit analysis

KW - market analysis

KW - consumer acceptance

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KW - sustainable production

KW - cost benefit analysis

KW - market analysis

KW - consumer acceptance

KW - Biology

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KW - lant made industrials

KW - sustainable production

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JO - Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology

JF - Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology

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